Food Matters Documentary | BBC Stream

Remember this website? It’s about orthomolecular practitioners and how to live healthily using nutrients to maintain your health instead of pharmaceutical drugs. 

This movie is the kind of thing someone with documented chronic malnourishment might be interested in. The interviewees are a little too earnest about what they’re talking about, but then again, nearly* everything they say makes perfect sense.

Watch this movie, if for nothing else than to inspire yourself to learn more.

Live stream link: http://www.bbc5.tv/eyeplayer/video/food-matters

*I’m not sold on enemas. 

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Orthomolecular Practitioners. Sweet.

This is the response I got from Kari at Food Matters, the new video about our food system and pharmaceutical industry. I sent them some very difficult questions, and didn’t expect this response.

Hi Claire, Thank you for the kind words about Food Matters.  That is sad news about your celiac condition.  From a legal standpoint we are unable to treat or diagnose over the internet.   I can offer website that I myself use when presented with a health situation. Have you listened to the first 20 minutes of each of our learning programs?  http://www.foodmatters.tv/_webapp/Learning%20Programs

Do you have a health food store in your area?  Most of them have an onsite Naturopath a few days a week to answer your questions.
Have you looked into seeing an healthcare practitioner who uses high doses of nutrients when working with disease? Here is a site for Orthomolecular practitioners around the world  http://orthomolecular.org/resources/pract.shtml Please thoroughly interview each person to make sure they are right for you.  
These are great websites to learn more about health.  Try Dr Sauls first and then check out any books he recommends from your local library.

I hope this helps!

Kind Regards,
Kari Taplin

Thank you, Kari Taplin. I will watch your movie.
ps to readers: I don’t think having celiac disease is sad necessarily - unless I’m having a particularly bad day for B12 intake.

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